It’s here! Now, we want to hear your thoughts on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
The eighth story — a script book — debuted Sunday at midnight around the world. Intended for the stage, the script book was released the day after the play had its official opening so that fans everywhere could find out what happens to Harry, Ron, and Hermione next.
The script book is much different than the original seven books by J.K. Rowling on many levels (different format, different storytelling techniques, multiple writers, largely self-contained, etc.), but nonetheless, The Cursed Child is officially billed as “the eighth story.” For all intents and purposes, everything that happens in it is canon.
We’d love to hear what Hypable readers think of the book. Once you finish reading, leave your thoughts in the comments, and grade the book below. Also use the comments to chat with fellow fans and discuss all those crazy moments! Hypable’s writers will jump into the comment conversations too.
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